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Senior Lecturer - Counselling and Guidance Education (A319-18CA)

Institute of Education, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

We are now seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Counselling and Guidance Education. You will have teaching and research experience, especially in counsellor education and preferably within a university or other tertiary teaching environment. You will possess a relevant Doctoral degree and a record of research publications appropriate to the level of appointment. The position also requires you to be willing to undertake the overall leadership of the programme.

Location:Palmerston North
Term:Permanent
Grade:Lecturer / Senior Lecturer
Salary:TBA
Applications close:11:45 p.m. on 7 October 2018

Position overview

For more than 80 years, Massey University has helped shape the lives and communities of people in New Zealand and around the world. Its forward-thinking spirit, research-led teaching, and cutting-edge discoveries make Massey New Zealand’s defining University. Our Institute of Education programmes cover the spectrum of Graduate and Postgraduate professional education pathways in Education.

Applications are invited from Lecturer/Senior Lecturers within the field of Counselling and Guidance Education to join us on our Palmerston North Campus. With multiple opportunities available, appointment will be reflective of your scholarly output, your demonstrated teaching and research experience in counsellor education preferably within a university or other tertiary teaching environment.

You will join our forward-thinking, research led Master of Counselling Studies programme, producing professional practitioners eligible for provisional membership of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors. You will contribute to both academic and clinical aspects of the programme and develop an active research programme relevant to counselling and guidance.

Massey University is committed to being a Te Tiriti-led organisation. It is therefore expected that you will have, or be committed to developing, an appreciation of the Aotearoa New Zealand context and a demonstrable empathy towards the needs and aspirations of Māori. The Institute of Education is actively committed to develop a diverse staffing profile that matches New Zealand society as a whole.

You will possess a relevant Doctoral degree and a record of research publications appropriate to the level of appointment and be willing to undertake the overall leadership of the programme.

Enquiries of an academic nature can be directed to Associate Professor Sally Hansen, Institute of Education, Massey University, telephone +64 6 356-9099 extn 84307

Job description

Purpose statement

To contribute to the Institute’s teaching and research programmes in Counselling and Guidance Education and to help develop world class capability and capacity in these areas, as well as providing administrative and professional service to the University and broader academic or professional communities.

Responsible to

Head of Institute

Key accountabilities

  1. Teaching/Supervision

• Model exemplary teaching practice in face-to-face and digitally enhanced blended learning environments.
• Develop, teach, review and evaluate major curriculum components of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
• Coordinate and administer the teaching of courses and/or programmes in Counselling and Guidance Education and related areas
• Supervise and assist in the supervision of the research activities of students.

  1. Research

• Undertake an active, appropriate and viable personal research programme and/or participate in team-based research in human development.
• Publish papers in Q1/Q2 academic journals and/or other scholarly works and review manuscripts.
• Present research and act as a discussant at academic conferences.
• Generate and promote the generation of research funding.

  1. Service to the Community

• Participate in community service activities that further advance the profession or field and which are consistent with the University’s Charter and Strategic Plan.
• Support the Institute to develop an environment which gives practical effect to the obligations of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

  1. University responsibilities

• Serve on University and/or Institute committees.
• Ensure observance of University policy and codes of practice in all teaching, research, community service and administrative practices.
• Contribute to the development of an Institute working environment of teamwork and cooperation.

Any other duties as required by the Head of Institute.

Person specification

Qualifications

Relevant PhD qualification and demonstrated teaching and research expertise.

Experience

  1. Recent, relevant teaching experience especially in counsellor education, preferably within a university or other tertiary teaching environment is required.
  2. Experience in the use of electronic and on-line technologies in teaching is required.
  3. Experience as a professional counsellor is required.
  4. Experience in supervision of post-graduate counselling research is required.
  5. An understanding of biculturalism in the Aotearoa/New Zealand context and its practical implications for the field of counselling is essential.
  6. A record of research and publications appropriate to the level of appointment is required.

Personal attributes and behaviours

  1. Proven competence in multiple modes and mediums of teaching, including electronic and online appropriate to the level of appointment.
  2. Proven record of rapport with students appropriate to postgraduate counsellor education
  3. Demonstrated collegiality in an academic teaching and service environment appropriate to the level of appointment.
  4. Membership of a relevant professional body is required.
  5. Knowledge of and ability to teach Feedback-Informed Treatment approaches is required.
  6. Knowledge of and ability to teach a pluralistic counselling framework is required.
  7. Knowledge and ability to teach in the areas of guidance and/or family and couple counselling would be an advantage.
 

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